U.S. News & World Report Rates Hebrew Rehabilitation Centers in Boston and at NewBridge
Rehabilitative Services Units Receive “High Performing” Rating
BOSTON – Hebrew Rehabilitation Center is among the 21 percent of skilled nursing facilities in the United States that have been recognized as a Best Nursing Home for 2020-21 by U.S. News & World Report.
Hebrew Rehabilitation Center’s Rehabilitative Services Units, in Boston and at NewBridge on the Charles in Dedham, MA, earned Best Nursing Homes status by achieving ratings of “High Performing,” the highest possible rating for short-term rehabilitation. U.S. News gives the designation of Best Nursing Home only to those organizations that satisfy U.S. News & World Report’s assessment of the appropriate use of key services and consistent performance in quality measures.
Now in its 11th year, the U.S. News & World Report’s Best Nursing Homes ratings and profiles offer comprehensive information about care, safety, health inspections, staffing, and more for nearly all the nation’s 15,000+ nursing homes. The Best Nursing Homes ratings reflect the magazine’s exclusive analysis of publicly available data using a methodology that evaluates factors it has determined most greatly impact patient and resident care, safety, and outcomes. This year, to accompany the new ratings, nursing home profile pages were updated to include a patient safety summary that reflects COVID-19 data alongside other measurements of safety.
“We pride ourselves on keeping our patients safe, especially during these challenging times,” said Mary Moscato, President, Hebrew SeniorLife Health Care Services and Hebrew Rehabilitation Center. “The fact that U.S. News & World Report chose to name us as ‘High Performing’ is a tribute to all of our dedicated staff providing high quality care in a safe and welcoming environment. They are the backbone and heart of our organization.”
About Hebrew SeniorLife
Hebrew SeniorLife, an affiliate of Harvard Medical School, is a national senior services leader uniquely dedicated to rethinking, researching, and redefining the possibilities of aging. Based in Boston, the nonprofit organization has provided communities and health care for seniors, research into aging, and education for geriatric care providers since 1903. For more information about Hebrew SeniorLife, visit http://www.hebrewseniorlife.org or follow us on our blog, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn.